Fate/Grand Order First Order Blu-ray
About Fate/Grand Order First Order Blu-ray
Fate/Grand Order -First Order- contains a deluxe booklet, Original Soundtrack CD, a special package illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi (Original Character Designer).*
Based on the popular mobile game Fate/Grand Order, the greatest Holy Grail War has begun!
The year AD 2017.
The last era in which magecraft still thrived.
The Chaldea Security Organization was founded to ensure the continuation of human history. They survey a world which magecraft couldn’t observe and science couldn’t measure all to prevent the certain extinction of humanity.
But one day, the future that Chaldea continued to observe disappears and humanity’s extinction in 2019 becomes clear. Rather, it had already happened.
The cause seems to be related to Fuyuki, a provincial town in Japan, in the year AD 2004. There, an “unobservable region” that had not existed before appears.
Based on the assumption that Fuyuki is the reason for humanity’s extinction, Chaldea issues an order to explore, investigate, and possibly destroy this singularity – a quest for the Holy Grail, the Grand Order.
Special Features: Fate/Grand Order Game Opening, Fate/Grand Order Announcement Trailer, Fate/Grand Order Gameplay Trailer, Fate/Grand Order Character Trailers, Fate/Grand Order -First Order- Dub PV, Fate/Grand Order -First Order- Cast Interview.*
*Bonus materials, special features, and package subject to change.
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, South America and Central America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
- Genre: Action, Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 70
- Release Date: 10/24/2017
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Its a movie
by Collin Blair
Pretty disappointing, saw this movie at the Anime Expo panel voice acting is ok, not many fights, and its just a huge set up for the mobile game.
Take it or Leave it.
by Jybill Krag
If you're a fan of the series you might like it as a fill for one of Fate/ cravings but with a limited run time and no follow up it'll probably never really impact you the same way the previous shows have. I also can't swallow the idea of paying 1$ a minute to watch something. Fate has great animation and quality but to charge $70 for a less than 70 min animation film seems pretty high. Series is great but as a product, it is not worth unless you a collector.
High Quality Packaging that is Sleek
by FruitPunchSamurai -
To be honest, I wanted to cancel my order since justifying a 70 minute movie for a $70 price tag did not add up for a budget conscious person as myself. Held off until a week before the release, got an email confirming the package's tracking. Kicked myself while wondering if I should return it or keep it. Anyways, as with Aniplex releases it is a premium casing with a plastic sleeve (with the title printed on) and the artwork is printed on a chrome layer making it pop. The fact the art cover is by Takashi Takeuchi (the OG Fate/Stay Night artist) makes this overpriced set worthwhile to own as a collectible. There's not much for special features other than the usual trailers and clean opening sequences. The real features is contained in the art book showing character designs and background art. After looking over my set, I'm inclined to believe the $70 price tag went towards the high quality printing and the high quality paper, so sorta evens out.
Good animation, replicates the Japanese LE release nicely
by Stephen L -
They did a good job replicating most of what is included in the Japanese release (which I also own). This includes the packaging.
As has been said, it's a setup for the Fate/Grand Order mobile game. The story won't blow you away. The animation is good, but not outstanding. Blu Ray quality, in terms of audio and video, is extremely high.
I can think of better full series to spend this kind of money on, but as a Fate universe junky, I had no choice.
72 minutes is short, but they include the OST, which is a nice bonus to have.
Only for the Fate Faithful
If you aren't a die hard fan of the Fate franchise then this might not be for you. If you are a casual fan or aren't familiar you might want to look at other entries in the franchise. While this movie overall looks decent, the meh story and occasionally cringe worthy dialogue left me cold. It really needed at least another half an hour to flesh things out and give a specific character something to do besides being dead weight. Pricey for the weak quality of story and I say this as someone who owns the Aniplex Fate/Zero sets. I only recommend it to hardcore fans who would buy almost anything labeled Fate.